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Urban Geography Fieldwork. The Enquiry Approach Urban Fieldwork A. Environmental Quality Assessment (EQA) B. Index of Decay assessment C. Building Heights.

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1 Urban Geography Fieldwork

2 The Enquiry Approach

3 Urban Fieldwork A. Environmental Quality Assessment (EQA) B. Index of Decay assessment C. Building Heights D. Traffic Survey E. Land Use Survey How can you adapt this tool?

4 Urban Fieldwork A. Environmental Quality Assessment (EQA) B. Index of Decay assessment C. Building Heights D. Traffic Survey E. Land Use Survey F. Participant observation How can you adapt this tool? What would you change to suit your aim?

5 Urban Fieldwork A. Environmental Quality Assessment (EQA) B. Index of Decay assessment C. Building Heights D. Traffic Survey E. Land Use Survey F. Participant observation G. Clone Surveys H. Define the Image I. Noise and Air Pollution J. Urban Word Assessment K. Street Quality Index How can you adapt this tool? What would you change to suit your aim?

6 Urban Fieldwork A. Environmental Quality Assessment (EQA) B. Index of Decay assessment C. Building Heights D. Traffic Survey E. Land Use Survey F. Participant observation G. Clone Surveys H. Define the Image I. Noise and Air Pollution J. Urban Word Assessment K. Street Quality Index L. Accessibility Survey M. Sphere of Influence How can you adapt this tool? What would you change to suit your aim?

7 Results

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9 Sphere of Influence Questionnaire Data

10 Sphere of Influence Scaled arrows representing: 1.The distance people are willing to travel 2. How many people make that journey e.g. 1cm = 10 people Questionnaire Data

11 Sphere of Influence Isopleth Maps: Each contour represents a new increment of people travelling from that distance. e.g. 5, 10, 15 Questionnaire Data

12 Limitations Subjective data collection Bias towards known / unknown areas Representative data? Weather Data collection impeded by obstacles Daily, seasonal and annual variation and many many more…

13 ENJOY! Enjoy!


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